The Advocacy Committee develops works to advance state and local legislation that expands the presence of RJ programming.
The Community Engagement Committee engages Detroiters around reimagining a future vision of community, safety, and accountability.
The Practice Committee works with community partners who want to develop transformative justice initiatives that employ Restorative Justice practice, philosophy, and values.
The Community Engagement Committee has developed the Community Insights on Safety, Accountability, and Resources survey to give Detroiters a public voice in how policies and practices of community-based safety are shapoed. A report of the findings is expected to be published in Spring 2022
The Practice Committee is developing a Community-Based RJ Toolkit to be used by local communities, faith groups, direct service providers, local community organizers/activists, etc. The toolkit will empower Detroiters to structure and maintain their own circles processes as a means of building community and facilitating accountability.